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that clorox is relocating more than 500 employees to a new facility in a different city. as anchorman shows us this is good news for the city pleasanton. >> this old washington mutual complex work clark's plans to house its new research and development operations and in the process relocate more than 500 employees from oakland. >> about 500 jobs see the need more overtime is really good for pleasanton. it's bad for oakland is good for pleasanton which is in a handful of bay area businesses relocate over the past three months. >> seeing medium-size companies in the neighborhood of 200 employees to about 500 employees, companies relocating from other parts of the bay area. san francisco in silicon valley with the upgrade infrastructure here meaning or adjacent highway is the 68580 primarily we have one bart station nearby another one coming on line in the early 2011 a family of class a office space. the credit union is moving to this road location to pleasanton official say initially its nearby retail businesses and restaurants like these that will benefit the most. pleasanton officials are hope
cool. let us take a look if the numbers with jacqueline bennett. jacqueline? >> pamela, it is very hot out there with a burn 90's. and 75 degrees is providing relief on the coastline. at half moon bay. and napa, and i would not be surprised over 100 degrees inland. warm along the bayshore, with 96 degrees in redwood city, and 97 in los gatos and it's still 84 in san francisco. here is the difference of the blast 24 hours. and we are expecting that warm up and here is what we are seeing with seven degrees warmer in redwood city, half moon bay, and inland. perhaps we're not even seen peak heating and even perhaps triple digits. for a few more days, we can expect this with warm, dry air is not going to go anywhere. notice the light cloud coverage off shore. some formation of fog near the immediate coastline which is providing that light relief. and it will pull back, quickly tomorrow morning. a rapid cool down tonight with pleasant overnight. a cool morning and then still a hot afternoon! i do not see this warm, dry air moving from this picture so i think it is going to stay hot until wed
please say he doesn't have a car and might be using public transportation to get around. in san francisco kron 4 news. >> and add to a developing story surrounding republican meg whitman and undocumented worker who was whitman as housekeeper for nine years is not claiming she was mistreated, exploited, not paid for the extra hour she worked in and fired once whitman decided to run for governor. dan kermit is here with us the explosive allegations against whitman. >> it came during a news conference this morning nicky is a former housekeeper and her attorney. the rape allegations collingwood and a hypocrite from being concerned about her undocumented status after whitman decided to run for governor. >> road for employment she was undocumented and she alleges and it is whitman was aware for status and have understood that night he was vulnerable as a result of it. in april 2009 ms. whitman told nikki she had officially announced her campaign for governor. it was at this point the nikkei decided she would speak to ms. whitman top to legalize the status. when niki asked for help she was termi
joins us. >> christine? >> yes, air quality is a big when the and the breeze is picking up in it was windy, rubble, there's ash and a lot of hazardous material. you can see those workers in the middle of this rubble and the san mateo the mother is forecast for rain, and typically, one-tenth of an inch. and--there is forecast for rain. and that will help, and we're in the process of putting up protection of the storm drains. if there is any runoff? no consequences. and our concern is the wind and blowing the dust. with the fire crews going through once, twice, depending on the wind forecast and spring water onto the site. >> that is why when you see- spring water. >> when they are in their white protective suits it-sprainin sp water. reporting live from >> mall, for different arrests trying to these four people are accused of submitting driver's license applications that they lived in the burned area. all four have been booked on suspicion of burglary, perjury and submission of false, forged documentation to a government agency. and disasters have been known to bring out cri
coffee---6 childre, >> staand kids playing back recess, and had to just only use this kickball. what this was off-limits, this yellow caution tape the said play structure closed. and and the five makeweeks, checked several children have suffered broken bones. here, you concealed from wednesday, the same playground in hamilton. after kron 4 started asking questions, the district close this down. here, you can see the same thing at rancho elementary. even though no accidents have been that this school that could be because there is not been enough time. these structures opened earlier this week. the district said that this is preemptive, and a pre-inspection was approved. now, these playground which was over $1,000,000.50 will have to be states broke off until the school board. to meet with the designer. it cost $1.5 million- a-maureen kelly. >> this developing story. and date to of the counter attacks involving republican gubernatorial, meg whitman. and her housekeeper, the questions of what did meg whitman know? and once again, she denies that she knew that she was an undocumented wo
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